Legal cases

Louis Goddard made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to National Savings and Investments as part of a batch sent to 18 authorities

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Roedd y cais yn llwyddiannus.

I write to ask for information under the freedom of information act.

1. For each of the last 10 financial years, and the current financial year to 18.10.18 please state:
- the number of legal disputes between your department and other central government departments and non-departmental government bodies.

For each, please provide
-A list of the court cases related to the dispute, with current status (resolved or ongoing)
-Total time period of the dispute from bringing of proceedings until conclusion.
-Total cost in legal fees and related administration costs to your department

2. For each of the last 10 financial years, and the current financial year to 18.10.18 please supply the number of legal disputes between yours department and a UK local council (including district, county, borough, unitary, parish).

For each, please provide
-A list of the court cases related to the dispute with current status (resolved or ongoing)
-Total time period of the dispute from bringing of proceedings until conclusion.
-Total cost in legal fees and related administration costs to your department.

3.For each of the last 10 financial years, and the current financial year to 18.10.18 please state the number of legal disputes between your department and a regional mayoral department.

For each, please provide
-A list of the court cases related to the dispute, with current status (resolved or ongoing)
-Total time period of the dispute from bringing of proceedings until conclusion.
-Total cost in legal fees and related administration costs to your department

Yours faithfully,

Louis Goddard

foi@nsandi.com, National Savings and Investments

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foi@nsandi.com, National Savings and Investments

FOI Reference: 2018.10.07

 

Dear Mr Goddard

 

Request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA)

 

Thank you for your email of 19 October 2018, received Monday 23 October,
requesting information about NS&I Legal cases over the past 10 financial
years.

 

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Stephanie Mallon

FOI Team

NS&I

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foi@nsandi.com, National Savings and Investments

Our Ref: 2018.10.07

Date: 12 November 2018

 

Dear Mr Goddard

 

Request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA)

 

Thank you for your email of 19 October, requesting information about NS&I
Legal cases over the past 10 financial years.

 

Request

1. For each of the last 10 financial years, and the current financial year
to 18.10.18 please state:

- the number of legal disputes between your department and other central
government departments and non-departmental government bodies.

 

For each, please provide

-A list of the court cases related to the dispute, with current status
(resolved or ongoing) -Total time period of the dispute from bringing of
proceedings until conclusion.

-Total cost in legal fees and related administration costs to your
department

 

2. For each of the last 10 financial years, and the current financial year
to 18.10.18 please supply the number of legal disputes between yours
department and a UK local council (including district, county, borough,
unitary, parish).

For each, please provide

 

-A list of the court cases related to the dispute with current status
(resolved or ongoing) -Total time period of the dispute from bringing of
proceedings until conclusion.

-Total cost in legal fees and related administration costs to your
department.

 

3.For each of the last 10 financial years, and the current financial year
to 18.10.18 please state the number of legal disputes between your
department and a regional mayoral department.

For each, please provide

 

-A list of the court cases related to the dispute, with current status
(resolved or ongoing) -Total time period of the dispute from bringing of
proceedings until conclusion.

-Total cost in legal fees and related administration costs to your
department

 

Response

 

I can confirm that there have been no legal disputes between NS&I and any
of the above departments listed under 1,2 & 3 for the last 10 financial
years, including the current financial year to 18.10.18.

 

Disclosure of this information does not authorise any rights of reuse
under the Reuse of Public Sector Information Regulation 2015 (ROPSIR).
Requests under ROPSIR are to be directed to NS&I at either
[1][email address] or NS&I Freedom of Information Team, 1 Drummond Gate,
London SW1V 2QX.

 

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Stephanie Mallon
[3]NS&I
Freedom of Information Team
1 Drummond Gate
London, SW1V 2QX

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